Admission and Referral
303.413.6263 (Services in Spanish offered)
Provides initial clinical, financial and demographic screening for services within the center and referrals to the community.
Centralized assessment and disposition for people seeking mental heath services. Appointments are made by contacting Admission and Referrals. Dispositions are determined by clinical need and client expectations for treatment.
Child Crisis Services
Crisis Line: 303.413.6388
Provides evaluations for hospitalization, assessments for families in crisis, and crisis stabilization through brief solution-focused therapeutic interventions for children and adolescents.
Child In-patient Services
Crisis Line: 303.413.6388
Designed to provide continuity of care for Center clients and to shorten hospital stay.
Disaster Response Coordination
Provides coordination of all activities related to the provision of mental health support in partnership with other community agencies and organizations in response to emergency and disaster situations.
Emergency Psychiatric Service
Crisis Line (24 hours): 303.447.1665
24-hour crisis services for all ages but primarily used by adults. Services are based in Boulder. Mental Health Partners is grateful to the City of Boulder, Housing and Human Services Department for its financial support and assistance.
At Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan, where MHP is assigned 15 beds, and at Boulder Community Hospital.
Interagency, school-based, mental health and substance abuse prevention and early intervention in Boulder Valley and St. Vrain middle and high schools.
KidConnects / Early Childhood Services
Kid Connectsprovides integrated health and mental health consultation to licensed child care centers, family child care homes and in Head Start/Early Head Start settings. Kid Connect has been providing these services in Boulder County, Colorado since 1997. In 2008, the first replication of Kid Connects was conducted in Weld County and the model is currently being delivered in six counties in Colorado.
Kid Connects uses a relationship-based mental health consultation model in which early childhood consultants are based on-site at child care settings and in family child care homes. The Kid Connects model is informed by the latest research on attachment and early relationships, has a strong foundation in child development, and delivers effective, clinically sound, developmentally appropriate practices in the classroom setting and to families. Reflective practice guides our interactions with administrators, teacher/providers, parents and children. Consultants offer a wide variety of services to all children on a prevention basis and together with teachers/providers and parents identify children who need additional support. The flexibility of the model allows for classroom consultations, home visiting, parent support, and teacher training.
Kid Connects also has a Warm Line which can be accessed by child care providers, parents and other community members for brief mental health consultation. These brief consultations usually consist of observations in the child care setting, consultation with parents and teachers and recommendations based on the immediate need of the child and family. To date, in approximately 45% of the calls to the Warm Line, the child is at risk of expulsion from his/her care setting.
The goals of Kid Connects are to improve health, developmental and mental health outcomes for children in child care settings, to reduce expulsions from child care settings and to improve the capacity of caregivers to respond to the social and emotional needs of very young children.
Rape Crisis Hotline: 303.443.7300
Trained clinicians and volunteers provide 24-hour crisis intervention, information, advocacy, treatment and support for survivors of sexual assault, as well as sexual assault and sexual harassment prevention education for youth and adults. Mental Health Partners is grateful to the City of Boulder, Housing and Human Services Department for its financial support and assistance.
Community-based, alternative to hospitalization for 15 adults with acute psychiatric problems.